Biden’s Reelection Bid Dismal Compared to Trump: Polls

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President Joe Biden will have a difficult time getting reelected, based on numerous polls that show him trailing behind former President Donald Trump in a 2024 rematch.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that Biden planned to seek reelection.

“He is. That’s his intention,” Psaki said.

Biden, 79, has seen his approval rating plummet since late August, around the time of the disastrous U.S. troops withdrawal from Afghanistan.

As the economy endures skyrocketing inflation, polls suggest Biden faces an uphill climb.

A Redfield & Wilton Strategies poll published on Thursday found that just 39% of Americans would vote for Biden in 2024, and 44% said they’d vote for Trump.

An Emerson College poll released Nov. 5 showed Trump beating Biden 45% to 43%.

Emerson overestimated Biden’s support in 2020, predicting he would win Florida by 6 percentage points and Ohio by 1 percentage point just two days before the election. Trump won Florida by more than 3 percentage points and took Ohio by 8 percentage points. Continue reading at Newsmax.

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